Yesterday, the first rumors emerged that the Samsung Galaxy S21, contrary to what we would have guessed based on the previous Samsung launch calendars, would not be announced in March 2021 but as soon as December of this year. And now the Samsung Galaxy S21 receives its 3C certification in China.
Samsung seems to be preparing for a huge surprise: the launch of his new series of flagships premium. The Samsung Galaxy S20 were presented at the end of February 2020 and, normally, we would have to wait until one year after its launch to see the successors. But that would change this year.
Samsung Galaxy S21 details
The 3C certification allowed us to account for the model number of the standard Samsung Galaxy S21: SM-G9910. If we are based on the fact that the standard Samsung Galaxy S20 was launched with the SM-G9810 model then the logical thing is to imagine that an equivalence of nomenclatures will be given from generation to generation.
But in addition to its model number, what does the 3C certification tell us about the cheapest model of the next generation of the Galaxy S? Well, not much, to tell the truth. These types of certifications are usually taken as a reference to confirm the existence of a smartphone rather than to anticipate its specifications.
However, the Samsung Galaxy S21 receives its 3C certification and thanks to it we can realize that it will have fast charging technology of up to 25W of power, as was the case with its direct predecessor: the Galaxy S20. It appears that Samsung has no plans to increase the charging power of its main line of smartphones.
It is common that we begin to hear information about the next Galaxy S as soon as the new Galaxy Note are launched on the market. This year, however, concrete information about them has begun to circulate much earlier than expected. Everything indicates that we will find a presentation of the Galaxy S21 ahead of time.
Via: My Fix Guide